Total hip arthroplasty for ankylosing spondylitis

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A 58 year old man presented with pain in the hip and a disability at the age of 8 years. He was admitted to the hospital for examination, bi

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A 58 year old man presented with pain in the hip and a disability at the age of 8 years. He was admitted to the hospital for examination, bilateral inguinal tenderness, and limited hip mobility. The left hip flexor activity limitation, 70 degrees - and - 15 degrees, 30 degrees -5 degrees of abduction adduction, internal rotation and external rotation 5 degrees - -5 degrees; right hip flexor activity limitation, 60 degrees - and - 10 degrees, 10 degrees -10 degrees of adduction abduction, external rotation of 5 degrees and 0 degrees of internal rotation. Bilateral "4" test positive, Thomas positive. The X-ray shows: hip gap disappeared, acetabular dysplasia. Active preoperative preparation, underwent bilateral total hip arthroplasty, postoperative time stitches, discharge, good functional recovery

 

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